48: Stop leaving hot leads on the table during/after Events ft Ike Singh Kehal (Social27)


In today’s episode, you get the chance to meet Ike Singh Kehal of Social27, who’s passionate about Virtual Events that Make an Impact, and bringing the best part of in-person events to the virtual world for a greater reach, accessibility, flexibility, and insights than ever before.

Ike is a fascinating entrepreneur that applies the lens of business to some of the most important decisions that need to be made around an event’s format, especially during a time when we’ve been challenged the most to re-imagine what in-person, virtual and hybrid events look like in 2021 and beyond.

Tune in to today’s episode to learn more about Ike, who started his professional career at Microsoft where he focused on partner programs and marketing. He went on to co-found and run four successful organizations, eventually starting Social27, a virtual event platform that has been helping businesses connect digitally throughout the pandemic and beyond, thanks to its innovative virtual and hybrid event platform.

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You can find Ike here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ikekehal/


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